Listen to Your Mother – Little Rock

by Julie Kohl on March 28, 2014

I have been pretty quite here on Eggs and Herbs about my struggles with infertility and the loss of my first child to a miscarriage just over a year ago.

I have never been one to disclose personal things to other people, especially when there are negative feelings associated with it. I am not your typical women who likes to talk it out. I prefer to retreat quietly into my own head and work through my struggles on my own.

However these events, which have literally rocked my world, have brought to light that infertility and miscarriage is a topic that needs to be discussed. There are so many women out there, just like me, who feel that they are going through this alone. No one should have to feel alone in this and so I have chosen to tell my story.
I am so pleased to announce that I was selected as part of the cast of Listen to Your Mother – Little Rock. I, along with 14 others, will share my story of motherhood. This show might make you laugh and might make you cry but it is guaranteed to leave you appreciating the act of motherhood like you never have before.

LTYM Little Rock will be held at the Arkansas Repertory Theatre on May 11, 2014, Mother’s Day! Please join us and bring along all the mothers in your life!

Join us at The Rep on Mother’s Day (5.11.14) at 3:00 pm! Tickets are on sale now (only $15 until April 12, then they go up to $20) – call 501.378.0405 or get them online (extra service charge).

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I’m guest posting on Farm Bureau’s TasteArkansas today! Head on over to get this delicious and easy recipe for Ground Venison Pasta Sauce with Fresh Basil. And don’t worry…you can substitute your favorite ground meat if your not a fan of venison or leave it out altogether if you prefer a vegetarian option.

Taste Arkansas Venison Pasta Sauce with Basil


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